I installed an after market radio in my 2000 Plymouth neon. It worked fine for one day. Then I put the dash kit on and when I hooked it back up there was no power to the radio. The dome light no longer works either. The odometer flashes "Fuse" and a ding sound emits when I first start the car. I have looked at all the fuses in the dash panel and under the hood and have not found any blown fuses. Anyone know what it could be?
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2000 Plymouth Neon
Question: Blown Fuse that doesn't exist
Answer #1Johnny Mopar March 01, 2011, 11:26Master
If the cluster does not detect voltage on the courtesy lamp circuit, the message "FUSE" will alternate with the odometer/trip odometer for 30 seconds after the ignition is turned on and for 15 seconds after the vehicle is first moved. The lack of voltage can be due to the M1 Fused B(+) (IOD) fuse being open, a bad or missing courtesy lamp bulb, or a circuit problem.